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Director of Development and Marketing
MHA seeks experienced fundraiser to engage in fund development and oversee marketing activities. Successful candidate will be a leader, motivator, strong communicator and a strategic thinker.  Position is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive fundraising program to secure financial support including annual campaign, major gifts, and corporate sponsorships and gifts. Requires exceptional written and verbal skills, well-honed computer skills (a working knowledge of e-Tapestry or similar software a plus), the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and a strong collaborative work ethic. Send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Shannon Aleshire at saleshire@fcmha.org. EOE.
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Part time Supervised Visitation Observer
MHA is seeking a Supervised Visitation Observer who will be responsible for providing a physically and emotionally safe and secure environment for children during supervised visits. The candidate must be at least 21 years of age, able to pass a CPS, federal and state background check and be willing to work during center hours including evenings and weekends (up to 9 hours per week). Preference will go to those with mental health or social work education. $9/hr. Please email cover letter and resume to Barbara May bmay@fcmha.org

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Part Time Visitation Supervisor
MHA is seeking a new Site Supervisor to oversee the supervised visitation / monitored transfer program, to recruit, screen and train program volunteers and provide direct client service. Candidate must have a Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Early Childhood Education or a related field of study and / or two years related experience and a willingness to work evening and weekend hours. $17/hour. Email cover letter and resume to Barbara May bmay@fcmha.org

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